Your visit will enable an understanding of the Moreton family, the period in which the hall was built and what life may have been like 500 hundred years ago. Working with the National Curriculum, education visits to the hall are designed to support the delivery of key stage 2 history, unit 8 with aspects of units 1 & 2.
Pupils will practise key skills of observation, discussion, teamwork and analysis to explore the 16th century and develop an understanding of:
- How a Tudor family would have lived in Little Moreton Hall in the 1560s
- How their lives differed from the lives of children today
- How the Moreton family compare to others in Tudor society
If you would prefer not to visit the shop during the day, why not consider a souvenir bag instead? We can put together bags to suit any budget and have them ready to pick up.
Pocket money gifts
A visit to the shop could be part of your day.
The shop offers a range of items suitable for children:
- Children's guide book
- Postcards and sticker books
- Playing cards
Tudor board games
Fancy taking a Tudor board game home? Choose from nine mens morris, fox and geese and alquerque.
We also stock lucets for making cord. Why not make your own shoe laces or bag cords.
Prices and membership
Educational group membership
You can join at the property on the day of your visit - please pay by cash or cheque.
Find out more or download an application form for educational group membership from the membership section of the website.
To make a booking or to discuss your visit, contact the property administrator on 01260 272018 or email us.
Give us feedback
Already visited? Tell us what you thought about your education visit.
We welcome additional feedback from schools, so please email us.
Download our 2014 information booklet to find out about the programme and how to book.
We now have some free dates in March so please call us to enquire.